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Particles model of matter states that tiny discrete particles

Match the following: List I (F.T and F.S) List II (Properties) A.Fourier Series1.Discrete, PeriodicB.Fourier Transform2.Continuous, PeriodicC.Discrete Time Fourier3.Discrete aperiodicD.Discrete Fourie

Match the following: List I List II A.Continuous and aperiodic1.Fourier representation is continuous and aperiodicB.Continuous and Periodic2.Fourier representation is discrete and aperiodicC.Discrete

Hypothesis that all matters are made up of tiny discrete particles and too small to be seen with a naked eye was given by

Assertion (A): The h-parameter model of a BJT can be derived from its hybrid-p model and vice-versa.Reason (R): The hybrid-p model has many more additional elements as compared to h-parameter model of

A theory that matter is made up of small discrete particles which are like solid balls, was presented by

All matter is made up of tiny particles known as

Match the following: List I List II A.Copper1.produces discrete energy level just above valence bandB.Rubber2.produces discrete energy level just below conduction bandC.Antimony3.large forbidden gapD.

The 4 point Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) of a discrete time sequence {1, 0, 2, 3} is

Assertion (A): There are no convergence issues with the discrete-time Fourier series in general.Reason (R): A discrete-time signal is always obtained by sampling a continuous-time signal

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